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I can't get my acer n320 pda to connect to the internet

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I had same problem until I realised there is no wireless card built in to this model - only Bluetooth. You need to purchase a wireless card costing about £20.

Let me know if you need more help.
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Posted on Dec 29, 2008

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The PDA supports Wifi, so it is able to connect to a wireless network, as long as it is in range and it is allowed to access the network.
I don't know if you've got the manual. Anyway, you can find it here.
How to make a connection is explained in section 10, under 'Creating an ethernet connection'. I think a network card is already installed in your PDA.

You can manage email by using the pre-installed Microsoft Outlook. How to use this is also explained in the manual, in section 6.

If you need any further help, just post your question.

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you also have a connection manager on the PDA Itself ( Active sync ) Try syncing from the PDA as Well As The Computer Active Sync Program.
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